Responsible for the operation and maintenance of the water treatment plant, six water wells, two booster stations, two water storage tanks, four corrosion control stations, three surface water supplies, 300 acres of watershed, 124 miles of water distribution system, 754 fire hydrants, and 7690 water meters.
The Water Division employs a staff of twelve appropriately licensed professional individuals who are responsible for the maintenance and operation of nearly 50 million dollars of assets with an annual operating budget of less than at two million dollars. A population of more than 19,000 - which increases by more than 50% during the summer - consumes an average of 1.8 million gallons of water each day. The average amount of water used per person daily is 65 gallons.
Responsible for performing backflow inspections and tests, installing new water meters, water turn off and on for customers and water and sewer billing.
Please contact the water division directly for water and sewer billing information and water turn offs and turn ons.
|Sean Anderson||Water Superintendent||(781) 545-8735|